By Sarah Barshaw and Jennifer K. HenningsenFebruary 14, 2018 5:02:23My son, Dylan, and I have been getting along really well.
We haven’t had any major issues with our kids, like, he hasn’t really gone out of his way to make fun of us.
But he has gotten into the habit of picking on me, and it’s become a bit of a problem for him.
One time, he went out and picked on me for being loud in the car.
I think he was going to pick on me because I was talking to my husband at the time, and he thought I was trying to take over his conversation.
We were like, “You know, you have a right to be upset with your dad.
But at least be a little quieter.”
And he just kept on doing it, and when we started telling him, he was like, Oh, come on, I’m just being annoying.
And then we started talking about it, so I’m like, You’re right.
I can’t help it.
I mean, I’ve grown up in a house where the parents aren’t really around much, and we’re kind of like an outcast.
Dylan is like, Why is this bothering you?
And I’m, like I’m not even trying to argue.
But then he goes, “Well, why aren’t you listening to me?
Why aren’t we going out?”
And I said, “We’re going out.”
And it was a good conversation, because it was like talking to a normal kid.
But it was weird for him because he’s very outgoing, and all the time I’m getting up and down the hallway, he’s always going, “I want to go outside.”
So it’s like, What’s the problem?
I mean I guess I’ve been picking on him for the past year or two.
But, you know, if you can’t keep a straight face, I can understand why you would be upset.
And I can say that, for the most part, he just hasn’t gone out too much lately.
But I’m still getting annoyed sometimes, so you know that there are times when it gets a little irritating.
And there are other times when I have to go through the motions of just, I guess, not talking to him at all.
I’m really into going outside and being a normal, quiet kid, but I’ve just got to go a little more subtle.
I don’t want to pick at his head all the more than I already have, but maybe if he had a little less noise, it would be a different conversation.
But you know?
It’s not like he’s getting all angry about me.
He’s just not a very good listener.
He just has a lot of trouble hearing me, so it’s hard for me to say anything.
I do have to say, you should just be careful with him because sometimes, when he’s talking, he’ll be just a little bit louder.
But other than that, he does listen a lot.
So I’ve actually just gotten used to it.
It’s kind of hard to pick up on it because it’s just so subtle.
But there are definitely times when he’ll just come up to me, just a really loud noise, and that’s it.
But just like I said before, there are places where I can go and just not talk to him.
But the other day, I was just in the kitchen, and a lady came in, and she was like looking at the TV, and just kind of watching a movie.
She was talking about the Oscars, and her son said, You know, they’re getting so much attention.
I didn’t really know what she was talking and she seemed like a really nice person, but when I saw her watching that movie, it really did bother me.
I just want to be nice to her and not pick at her head or whatever.
So that was my one thing to avoid, and then when she went into the living room, I went over and said, Hey, do you mind if I talk to you?
I don, like she’s sitting there watching that show.
And she said, Oh yeah, yeah.
And so, I just sat there and talked to her, and the rest of the time it was just, “Oh, yeah, I understand.”
And that was pretty much it.
And it’s really annoying.
But what about the rest?
What about, you could say, the things that Dylan likes to do?
Is that really important to you, because he likes to pick people on the internet?
I know you’re a mom.
Do you have any advice for him?
No, I don.
I have a few things to tell you, though.
One, he really likes the new iPhone 7.
And he really, really likes playing games on it, because there